Today’s reports mark stunning escalation of the proxy war between Russia & NATO, which now seems firmly on the path of World War III and potential thermonuclear war. We cannot over emphasize: PREPARE
If the below report from Zero Hedge says anything, it’s that we have now entered a new and very concerning phase of this nasty war playing out in a very nasty part of the world. In my opinion, the purpose of this war, from the West’s and NATO’s perspective, is to facilitate a regime change in Russia and get a more “green” friendly puppet leader installed in the Kremlin. Putin is not ready to give up his dominant position in the global fossil fuels market, and therefore he must be removed. The green economy touted by Klaus Schwab, Bill Gates, George Soros, Prince Charles, Tony Blair, Justin Trudeau, the Obama-Biden regime and the rest of the U.N./WEF globalists cannot be completely realized as long as you have a major country like Russia out there selling cheap oil and natural gas to Europe, China and India.
Zero Hedge reports that Russia came under attack by multiple drones on Tuesday, with one of those drones reportedly causing a fire at an oil depot in the southern part of the country, and another hitting outside Moscow.
The attack on the oil facility happened in Tuapse, which lies about 150 miles southeast of the Crimean peninsula, with Reuters citing local media to report, “Emergency services put out a fire at an oil depot in southern Russia overnight after a drone was spotted flying overhead, the RIA news agency said on Tuesday.”
The city of Tuapse is about 500 kilometers from the nearest Ukrainian-held territory, which exhibits significant reach assuming the attack was launched by the Ukrainians.
The fires which started at the facility at about 2:30 a.m. were extinguished after they spread to an area of some 200 square meters. “The oil tanks were not affected. There was no spill of oil products. No injuries,” a local official, Sergei Boyko, described.
Another drone crashed in the Moscow region on the same day, with Governor Andrei Vorobyov saying it was likely an operation to target civilian infrastructure.
Vorobyov said on his Telegram channel, as translated by the Moscow Times:
“This happened near the village of Gubastovo, the target was probably a civilian infrastructure facility, it was not damaged. There are no casualties or destruction on the ground.”